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boost/interprocess/sync/posix/interprocess_recursive_mutex.hpp

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#include <boost/interprocess/sync/posix/ptime_to_timespec.hpp>
#include <boost/interprocess/detail/posix_time_types_wrk.hpp>
#include <boost/interprocess/exceptions.hpp>
#ifndef BOOST_INTERPROCESS_POSIX_TIMEOUTS
#  include <boost/interprocess/detail/os_thread_functions.hpp>
#endif

namespace boost {

namespace interprocess {

inline interprocess_recursive_mutex::interprocess_recursive_mutex()
{
   detail::mutexattr_wrapper mut_attr(true);
   detail::mutex_initializer mut(m_mut, mut_attr);
   mut.release();
}

inline interprocess_recursive_mutex::~interprocess_recursive_mutex()
{
   int res = pthread_mutex_destroy(&m_mut);
   assert(res == 0);(void)res;
}

inline void interprocess_recursive_mutex::lock()
{
   if (pthread_mutex_lock(&m_mut) != 0) 
      throw lock_exception();
}

inline bool interprocess_recursive_mutex::try_lock()
{
   int res = pthread_mutex_trylock(&m_mut);
   if (!(res == 0 || res == EBUSY))
      throw lock_exception();
   return res == 0;
}

inline bool interprocess_recursive_mutex::timed_lock(const boost::posix_time::ptime &abs_time)
{
   if(abs_time == boost::posix_time::pos_infin){
      this->lock();
      return true;
   }
   #ifdef BOOST_INTERPROCESS_POSIX_TIMEOUTS

   timespec ts = detail::ptime_to_timespec(abs_time);
   int res = pthread_mutex_timedlock(&m_mut, &ts);
   if (res != 0 && res != ETIMEDOUT)
      throw lock_exception();
   return res == 0;

   #else //BOOST_INTERPROCESS_POSIX_TIMEOUTS

   //Obtain current count and target time
   boost::posix_time::ptime now = microsec_clock::universal_time();

   if(now >= abs_time) return false;

   do{
      if(this->try_lock()){
         break;
      }
      now = microsec_clock::universal_time();

      if(now >= abs_time){
         return false;
      }
      // relinquish current time slice
     detail::thread_yield();
   }while (true);
   return true;

   #endif   //BOOST_INTERPROCESS_POSIX_TIMEOUTS
}

inline void interprocess_recursive_mutex::unlock()
{
   int res = 0;
   res = pthread_mutex_unlock(&m_mut);
   assert(res == 0);
}

}  //namespace interprocess {
}  //namespace boost {